Storyscope: What Does "Change" Mean To You?

April 20, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.

The Empty Space (ASU) – 970 E. University (APMA Bld), Tempe

Who We Are ~ Storyscope is coordinated by volunteers who are passionate about the time-honored art of storytelling. We welcome people of all ages and stripes to share their personal stories with one another as a way to build bridges, celebrate cultures, and strengthen communities. No storytelling experience required (just life experience)! 

What We Do ~ We create Story Circle events for the general public and for small groups (schools, places of worship, neighborhood centers, cultural collectives, associations, etc.). 

What is a Story Circle? In a Story Circle, people come together to explore a common theme in a spirit of equity and belonging. As each person takes a turn and shares his or her unique lived experience and perspective on the theme, a larger, richer, and more complex story emerges. The things that our stories have in common, as well as real differences, are brought to light. A Story Circle is like a kaleidoscope of human experience – what’s reflected back to us is illuminating and ever-changing, with multiple dimensions, twists, and turns.

The Empty Space Theater is located in the ASU Media and Arts Building, at the corner of Rural Rd and E University Dr. (By Buffalo Wild Wings) in Tempe.


John Genette:, 480-595-9292

or Jennifer Linde:, 480-727-6763


7:00 - 8:30PM
The Empty Space Theater